In my experience the Grand Trine in my chart is a very good aspect on the outside, giving you protection from all kinds of accidents. On the inside it gives you a sound balance of thoughts, emotions and actions, but it makes me also to some extent passive, believing that all will come by just being “protected”. My father had a similar grand trine, in the same signs and with same planets, but he succumbed to the outside pressures (he was a military diplomat in the Cold War) and passed away at age 51. It’s good, but not something that should be taken for granted.
Yes I had, some twenty years ago. I’m reading it for all that time, and I feel I know some 40 percent and less. If you have any comments, maybe I’ll see something new. This is how it looks: http://img696.imageshack.us/i/hieronimusszoltan.gif/
I have done it also, following an online astrology class, about 10 years ago. That is what got me interested in astrology “for good” as the insights I received from understanding my chart were priceless at that time. And even though I’ve learned much back then, about me and astrology, I have to admit I am still learning every single day, on both.
To Hieronimuss_Twitter: I took a quick peek at your chart and must admit, it picked my curiosity. What jumped out to me were those 2 grand-trines you have in there (Moon, Mars, [Sun/Mercury]). I’d like to study it a little more as I, also, have a grand-trine in my chart, and I’m still not too familiar with them as I do not know a lot of people with this configuration in their chart.
Hello, there, friends. I didn’t see that I had a Grand Trine in my chart until I added in Chiron, or the North Node. And I agree with you, Hieronimuss, that if you’re going to make any decisions in life based on all this stuff, you cannot ignore that pattern that jumps out at you at first site.
Sorry for the typo above. The last words shoud be: “first sight.”